Stephen Coonts' Deep Black Themes

Stephen Coonts
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Revenge

The theme of revenge runs throughout the book and is the basis for the story of the book. Mussa Duoar, an Arab terrorist, had a father who fought in the Algerian independence movement. His father was badly treated by the French and killed. Because of this, Duoar hates the French and is out to avenge his father's death. He is part of a network that is planning a massive terrorist attack on France and some other countries, and their network remotely accesses hijacked computers for their communications and to store data and information on.

One of the men involved in the Algerian battle that killed Duoar's father is the father of Jacques Ponclare, who is head of the French DST, one of the French intelligence agencies. Ponclare wasn't the object of Duoar's hatred—his father was—but his father is dead. Duoar can't reach the father, but he...

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